Print Next is on – meet your colleagues in Stockholm

Sustainability, economy and the development of our industry are topics on the agenda when the entire industry is gathering at Print Next October 28 in Stockholm. 12 speakers will share their knowledge on stage.

Grafkom is this year co-hosting Print Next with organizations Nopa and Grafiska Företagen.

“Three strong and vital print networks are inviting all their members in order to discuss the future and meet colleagues from the entire Nordic region,” says Magnus Thorkildsen of Grafkom.

Registration has already started and you can see who has already signed up here.

12 speakers and one moderator

12 speakers will share their knowledge from stage in a number of different topics, led by moderator of the day Jon Forssell..

“This is the first time we will use a professional moderator in order to get even more out of the experts we have on stage,” says Thorkildsen.

Below some of the speakers and topics that will be covered

  • Changes in society in general after the pandemic and changes in the communications sector specifically will be discussed during the first session with experts such as Mats Rönne of Pyramid Communication and Madaleine Thor of IRM.
  • Susanne Spector, chief analyst at Nordea Markets will give us an overview of the financial outlook. In the same session we will also listen to Esben Mols Kabell of Scandinavian Printing Group/Lasertryk who will give his view on the Nordic print market and how his company assess the future of the industry.
  • Sustainability is just more and more on the agenda and on stage you will meet Ulrika Rosén of Skyltmax, Roy Jensrud from Norway’s largest publisher Cappelen Damm and Håvard Grjotheim of Scandbook. All three with a lot of experience from this field.
  • In the last session we will have, among others, David André from distribution specialist 21grams. He will talk about how you can increase the value of print by adding new services. Cecilie R Milenkovic from Robot Norge will tell us more about the installation of ABB robots at Ålgård Offset and how the industry can benefit from increased robotization.

Read more and secure a seat at Print Next October 28.